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Norte, The End of the Story

dir. Lav Diaz

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Fabián, a haunted law student, commits a double murder. Joaquín, head of its family, is unjustly accused and is, subsecuently, imprisoned. There, he will go in an spiritual journey while his wife and two children are suffering the abandoment. Fabián, although scot-free, is a wreck withing his freedom, battling to break the chains he has build around himself. An adaptation from Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky, transposed to the sunny fields and streets of the Phillipines. It is also and intimate drama and a humanist epic. A tale of violence and hatred, love and fear, in charge of the most visionaries filmmakers of our time.

Director / Lav Diaz Screenplay / Lav Diaz, Rody Vera Cinematography / Larry Manda Cast / Archie Alemania, Angeli Bayano, Soliman Cruz, Angelina Kanapi, Sid Lucero, Hazel Orencio, Mae Paner Producers / WACKY O PRODUCTIONS

Ficción, 250 min.

Lav Diaz

Datu Paglas, 1958. Independent filmmaker. He is known as one of most important slow cinema members, having filmed some of the most long narrative films to date. He has won several international prizes such as best movie award at the Singapur Film Festival, the Gawad Urian in 2002 and the jury prize for best casting at the Cinemanila Film Festival, amongst others. His movies confront many of the political and social problems that affect the Philippines nowadays. His movie, Kagadanan sa Banwaan ning mga Engkanto, won the Leone d'Oro with a special mention. His movie, Melancholia, won the Orizzonti Gran Priz at the Venice Filt Festival in 2008. En 2011 he joined the International Cinema Foundation director's board. Diaz has an economy degree by the Notredame University of the Cotabato city. He was granted the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2011, the Prince Claus from The Netherlands prize and the Radcliffe Fellowship from Harvard University from 2016 to 2017.


  • 2019 — The Halt
  • 2018 — Season of the Devil
  • 2016 — Ang Araw Bago ang Wakas
  • 2016 — Ang Babaeng Humayo
  • 2016 — Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis
  • 2015 — Fragment
  • 2014 — Mga Anak ng Unos: Unang Aklat
  • 2014 — Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon
  • 2013 — Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan
  • 2012 — Florentina Hubaldo, CTE
  • 2011 — Elehiya sa Dumalaw Mula sa Himagsikan
  • 2011 — Siglo ng Pagluluwal
  • 2011 — Babae ng Hangin
  • 2009 — Walang Alaala ang mga Paru-Paro
  • 2008 — Melancholia
  • 2007 — Kagadanan Sa Banwaan Ning Mga Engkanto
  • 2006 — Heremias
  • 2004 — Ebolusyon ng Isang Pamilyang Pilipino
  • 2002 — Hesus, Rebolusyunaryo
  • 2001 — Batang West Side
  • 1999 — Hubad sa Ilalim ng Buwan
  • 1999 — Burger Boys
  • 1998 — Serafin Geronimo: Kriminal ng Baryo Concepcion

Festivales y Premios

  • 2013 Festival de Cine de Cannes
  • 2013 Fesival Internacional de Cine Cinemanila: Premio a Mejor director
  • 2013 Festival Internacional de Cine Ibn Arabi: Premio de la audiencia a mejor largometraje
  • 2013 Festival Internacional de los Derechos Humanos de Nuremberg: Premio Nuremberg International Human Rights Film
  • 2014 Festival de Cine de Pancevo: Premio Lighthouse
  • 2015 Festival Internacional de Cine de Palm Springs
  • International Cinephile Society Awards: Premio ICS
  • Premios Gawad Urian a Mejor película
    Mejor actriz
    Mejor guión
    Mejor fotografía


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«Norte merece y recompensa con creces la osadía de quien acepte su propuesta.
Representa una sorpresa gratificante incluso para los pocos habituales de su ya veterano
director, que logró al mismo tiempo, y paradójicamente, su película menos radical y más revolucionaria».

– Sergio Huidobro: Icónica

«Diaz es claro en el mensaje que quiere transmitir: advertirle a la gente del fundamentalismo y el fascismo».
– Mark Kermode: The Guardian

«Hay un aura de prohibición que rodea esta obra de cuatro horas que es funciona como reconcepción de Crimen y Castigo situada en filipinas. El director, Lav Diaz, tiene un estilo que resalta; no le gusta editar, las tomas individuales se prolongan durante varios minutos a la vez, el encuadre es oblicuo, entre otras cosas (. . . ) En esta película, Diaz enfrenta emociones primigenias de manera contemplativa y visualmente espectaculares».
– Geoffrey Macnab: The Independent

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